We all know the feeling. You come across a word you’re not sure of. You take your dictionary, find the right place – but the word’s not there! Discover how words make their way into dictionaries and why the word you want is not in your school dictionary.
Monthly Archives For October 2014
“Victorious warriors win first and then go to war” wrote Sun Tzu in The Art of War. As dramatic as it might seem, it’s applicable to entering an exam. Students who study successfully do so…
One of the many basic human rights children across the African continent miss out on is the right to education in their mother tongue. This may not be as immediately shocking an image as children…
Exam time can be a very stressful period for many learners, especially if they neglect their health and wellbeing. Share these handy tips with your learners for keeping healthy and focused during the examinations.
Hard work can take you far but well planned hard work can take you even further. If you really want to get the most out of your studying a timetable is essential.
JP has carefully been calculating the perfect counterbalance between catchy and clever – crafting songs with the accounting basics you need to know with hooks you can’t forget.
With the exams around the corner, preparing your learners for the upcoming exams is essential. Share these tips with your FET learners well before exams are on the horizon for all-round exam success.
Although learners have been exposed to many of the skills required in Senior Phase during the Intermediate Phase, they need to be prepared for what is expected of them in Senior Phase and especially at high school. These five tips will help your learners prepare for life beyond Grade 6.